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Caffeine might help some shift workers make fewer errors - CBC (article link)

- Sleepiness is thought to increase the risk of traffic collisions, injuries on the job and medical errors.
- "It seems reasonable to assume that reduced errors are associated with fewer injuries, although we cannot quantify such a reduction,"
- The trials suggested caffeine improved memory, orientation and attention.

Caffeine cuts errors in shift work: U.K. study
http://www.cbc.ca/health/story/2010/05/11/caffeine-shift-work-errors.html